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Where to Find Lower Sodium Options

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​We recognize the importance of supporting small, local businesses.  Such businesses offer cooperation and flexibility to meet your nutritional standards.    

Haley House​ is a Boston-based non-profit organization that offers job opportunities and training for residents through food and community.  To do this work, they operate a bakery cafe as well as provide catering services.  Due to their dedication to the community and its well-being, they are a Boston Public Health Commission-approved caterer who will abide by our procurement standards. We encourage you to support their organization and give them a try.      

Fresh Food Generation is a food justice food truck launching in Summer 2014.  The truck will serve the neighborhoods of Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan with healthy, on-the-go meals sourced from local farms and reflective of the cultural food traditions of these communities.  Keep an eye out for Fresh Food Generation on the streets of Boston this summer.​

Supermarkets are the obvious choice for your food needs, but Boston’s Farmer's Markets are a great way to supplement your grocery shopping with fresh, local fruits and vegetables – even fish and other foods at some markets across the City.  It’s easy to turn a trip there into a day of good food, fresh air, and physical activity. 

Many farmers markets accept SNAP/EBT and participate in the Boston Bounty Bucks program which matches up to $10 of farmer's market purchases for SNAP users, making them affordable and convenient.  Visit the City of Boston to find a farmer's market close to you.​

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